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DeadEYeMo

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Announcing...

"THE COPERNICUS"


PERFECTION....REQUIRED.


The World's First laser host incorporating both wood and metal...finely hand-crafted from the Artists at Osirus Labs & DeadEye Lasers.​


Featuring a Copper & Brass Heatsink, exquisite Brass & Aluminum accents, Camphor Burl exterior encasing a full Brass interior body, and Camphor Burl power switch. Supports 2X18650 batteries.​














PERFECTION....ACHIEVED.​



(Yes..its for sale!!! :D ;))
 
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will manners

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I thought the title gave rise to a Monty Python reference :p

This laser is amazing beyond comprehension.

I can't begin to imagine how much work this work of art required.
 

DeadEYeMo

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I thought the title gave rise to a Monty Python reference :p

This laser is amazing beyond comprehension.

I can't begin to imagine how much work this work of art required.

Well, there CAN be only 1 Flying Circus! :) We appreciate your appreciation! LOL
 

KapHn8d

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Looks great! I bet the pics don't do the wood justice though... I imagine this looks even more impressive in person.

Congrats on an awesome piece of functional art! :)

c
 

Bionic-Badger

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When I first saw the picture, I thought you made a host out of a severed arm!
 

Seoul_lasers

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When I first saw the picture, I thought you made a host out of a severed arm!
Yes, my initial reaction as well.
Upon further reading you used Camphor wood, which just so happens to be wood from my favourite tree of all time (Cinnamomum Camphora).
definitely would love to buy the host. :) :drool: +1 !!

A little history from me. Sorry I got sidetracked...

I have 2 related trees growing in Victoria BC Canada both from the same genus as your Camphor wood host, Cinnamomum. These are Cinnamomum Japonicum and Cinnamomum Septentrionale. Both are growing without any kind of protection. I live in a fairly solid Z9 climate with fairly warm dry summers.
Japonicum wood is pungent and has an odor like Cinnamon and
camphor combined. Septentrinoale (Ginsu) Silver wood has an odour like candy or root beer because of the high amounts of Saffrole in the wood.
Both trees are excellent woods to work with!
 

Sigurthr

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I absolutely adore the scent of camphor. Nice work!
 

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Where would you like to start off the bidding? Otherwise....50 bucks :p

I think it would be better if we skipped any lowballing and it gives people an idea of if they should even bid.
 

DeadEYeMo

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Where would you like to start off the bidding? Otherwise....50 bucks :p

I think it would be better if we skipped any lowballing and it gives people an idea of if they should even bid.

It truly is a beautiful host...pictures cannot do it justice. Its balanced in the hand, feels great in the grip, just amazing in the craftsmanship. :)

PM us if your interested in getting one.
 
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ARG

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Some more than others. This host hardly appears to be phallic compared to some hosts.
 

hakzaw1

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Nice work-- ==and they just keep getting cooler all the time!!
 







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